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cannot be taken up in the house. but sandy levin has a bill that is i'd wall. all bhoehner has to do is make those changes on the noor. the idea that they would love to pass this senate bill. but the constitution is standing in their way. okay, this is over. you are boeing to fold, when are you going to fold. the senate has lith rated tax bills many peoples. the variety of of ways to get around that. but i want to listen to something within the host on foxnews about how the president has handled this situation. >> he's been using this with great skill to shatter the doubt of the house. his objective from the very beginning was to break the will of the republicans and great an internal civil war. and he has done that. from insisting on day one that republicans have to race rates. he says that is what he will in visit upon flt he knew it will great a crisis and he did. >> between donald world al add. we are deeply think and al ilt ce in wonderland for hours before we hit the deadline. the idea of the tax bill, when i was listening to harry reid. he accept saying groerer ask blocking th
to poetry. >> i remember talking to philip levine the number of poetry readings, he said you can't take a walk without tripping over one as owe poe posed to when he was young. >> it's enormous. a small percentage of that population that actually reads poetry, i think however that poetry is influencing the culture in ways we don't see and ways that other arts are as well. in the lives of people who don't pay attention to it. in ways that not always aware of. i talk about that in the introduction. >> more than 100,000 submissions certainly a lot of people are writing poetry. >> i think it's actually -- may not get people to admit that they're writing poetry, but the number of people who write poetry -- don't show it to anybody. i mean all the time, they don't want to show it just talk about the act of having written something. i think it's embedded in our genes. we don't know it as culture that doesn't have poetry. it has such roots that not going to be -- >> we'll continue this conversation online. i hope our viewers will join us there. for now, christian wiman thanks for talking to u
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